Jing Zheng  
  I am a Ph.D. student in Department of Computer Science at CU-Boulder. I received my B.E. in Computer Science from Beijing Institute of Technology in 2005. Then, I went to Beijing Normal University for the master degree. In the fall of 2008, I joined Computational Language and EducAtion Research Lab of CU. My advisors are Dr. Wayne H. Ward and Dr. Sarel Van Vuuren.
Contact Information email: Jing dot Zheng at colorado dot edu
Research Interests I am interested in automatic speech recognition and computer assisted language learning. Currently I am working on acoustic modeling and pronunciation modeling for intelligent tutoring systems.


Publications Wayne Ward, Ronald Cole, Daniel Bolanos, Cindy Buchenroth-Martin, Edward Svirsky, Sarel Van Vuuren, Timothy Weston, Jing Zheng, and Lee Becker. "My science tutor: A conversational multimedia virtual tutor for elementary school science." ACM Transactions on Speech and Language Processing (TSLP) 7, no. 4:18, 2011.

  Jing Zheng, Chao Huang, Min Chu, Frank K. Soong and Weiping Ye. "Generalized Segment Posterior Probability for Automatic Mandarin Pronunciation Evaluation." International Conference on Acoustic Speech and Signal processing (ICASSP), Vol. 4, pp. 201 - 204, 2007.

Wenli Zhou, Qin Lu, Xiaomei You, Jing Zheng, Tingshin Chiu and Weiping Ye. "A Computer Assisted Language Learning System based on Error Trends Grouping." International Conference on Natural Language Processing and Knowledge Engineering (NLP-KE), pp. 256-261, 2007.